EdiciÃ³n facsimilar corregida de John Watson (1850-1907), seud. Ian Maclaren, "Humour: An analysis" en Books and bookmen and other essays (1912). Topics: adelyc, libros de baubo, baubo, risa, humor, elyc
The Helping Hands Network travels from Northern Minnesota along the rivers to New Orleans and over to Texas, assisting Causes in need along the way. Check out the adventures of the networks founder, new age American Yogi, T. You can subscribe to all past and future issues by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org Topics: New age, yogi, guru, helping hands, network, charity, foundation, non profit, philanthropy
'Human Skin' Lampshade and Nazi Shrunken Heads - Psyops Gone Wild In this short installment - the propaganda hoaxes of lampshades and human soap. The Allied propaganda machine was grasping at anything Soviet think tanks could come up with to justify the massive costs of the war, in money and human life. To people of today it might seem pathetically childish or even comic, but really it is chilling. To think that people fell for that. What about today? What can 9-11 truth seekers, truth... Topics: human skin, lampshades, soap, jewish soap, debunked, trials, poland, reality, GPR, forensic, study,...
byHerbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
The ultimate book on the equipment, insignia, medals, ribbons, uniforms, etc. of the British Army in the Second World War. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Great Britain, United Kingdom, British Army, 1942, Second World War, World War Two, uniforms,...
byRob Currie, Rahul Dev, Mattias Darrow, kwk, David Corns, John Zahorian
The fifth issue of WAY OUT (high-resolution version), featuring: poetry from Rob Currie a comic from Rahul Dev drawings from Mattias Darrow prose from kwk drawings from David Corns photos from John Zahorian find out more about WAY OUT at lopsig.wordpress.com/welcome Topics: way out, zine, rob currie, small things, rahul dev, the first hamster in space, mattias darrow,...
The Quit India movement saw the yearning of freedom flow through every Indian’s blood, making it a massivemovement of mass participation. The country was more determined than ever to “do or die” in the case of India’s freedom.The movement ignited the spirit of freedom like never before and spread throughout the country like wild fire affectingeach Indian heart.Gandhiji gave his first public expression to the theory which was to crystallize into his ‘Quit India’ movement, inthe... Topics: British Rule, Evacuation, Masses, Movement, Resolution, Struggle
The purpose of this contribution is, much has recently been written on the subject of the Middle East water crisis,a great deal of it highly apocalyptic in tone. Water is a highly politicized issue in the Middle East, and the many alarm bellsare ringing because of this inseparability of water and politics. Water is a key area of dispute: nevertheless many claimsconcerning the water crisis are hyperbolic and misleading. Water is a critical area of dispute in the Arab-Israeli conflict;but given... Topics: Water Wars, Water Problems, Israeli Water Dispute, Water in Israel, National Water Carrier, Supply...
This study specially focuses on the possibilities to flourish the MICE tourism in Udaipur City. As Udaipur is one of the most popular tourist destination on world map, which has been acclaimed as “the best tourist place in world” by “Travel and Leisure “Magazine. Udaipur is one of the fastest and dynamic cities of India and currently it is a favourite place to live and hold an important place for investment and growth in years to come. In recent years... Topics: MICE, Opportunity, Udaipur, Destination
The purpose of this research is to analyze the process of morphology in Gorontalese and English verbs. Form of morphemes (not free morphemes) which are able to attach in other morphemes functioning to form words is called affixation. Gorontalese and English verbs are analyzed based on roots from which the verbs are formed. The same procedure is carried out by regarding to the English verbs, so as to see how the two language differ from each other in this particular aspect. The function of... Topics: Morphology, Gorontalo Language, English Verbs
Jhumpa Lahiri, the eminent lexicographer preserves her image as a wonderful story teller. She is a celebrated name in contemporary Indo-American Diasporic Literature. All her four works are awash with immigrant characters and the struggle of their lives. Scholars have shown an intense interest in exploring the linguistic and thematic aspects of her writings. Lahiri has always been critically acclaimed for her art of story-telling, thus a Narratological study of her two story collections... Topics: Narratology, Tools, Style, Themes, Fiction World
India has the largest pool of human resources in the world. Yet it faces this ironical situation where on one hand,the unemployment rate amongst the youth population is on the rise, on the other hand, the industry is facing an acuteshortage of skilled workers. This indicates a mismatch between the current output of our education system and therequirements of the industry. Our education system is churning out graduates having paper qualifications but noemployable qualities or skills. The paper... Topics: Employability, Skills Gap, Vocational Education
India has the largest pool of human resources in the world. Yet it faces this ironical situation where on one hand, the unemployment rate amongst the youth population is on the rise, on the other hand, the industry is facing an acute shortage of skilled workers. This indicates a mismatch between the current output of our education system and therequirements of the industry. Our education system is churning out graduates having paper qualifications but no employable qualities or skills. The... Topics: Employability, Skills Gap, Vocational Education
Strategic human resource management (SHRM) focuses on organizational performance rather than on individual performance and it also emphasizes the role human resource management systems play as solutions to business problems. SHRM centres on collectivism rather individualism. This study explored the relationship between SHRM and organizational performance in some selected manufacturing firms in Awe, Oyo, Nigeria., Nigeria. The study employed survey research with questionnaire used as data... Topics: Strategic Human Resource Management, Extensive Training, Selective Staffing, Resource Based View,...
The competitive academic environment is prevailing especially in the state of Andhra Pradesh due to establishment of large number of Management Institutions. The aspirants have many options available to them to choosegood institution to pursue their education and hence the factors that enable management education institutions to attract and retain students should be seriously studied. This study made an attempt to examine the relationship between service quality dimensions in such as... Topics: Service Quality, Student Satisfaction, SERVQUAL, Private Management Institutions and Regression...
The strategic perspective of human resource (HR), which has been labeled strategic human resource management (SHRM), has become an important focus of research in the human resource management (HRM). Previous research has demonstrated the substantial financial benefits of HPWS. However, there is little evidence of much diffusion of HPWS intoorganizations. Why don’t organizations change, even when confronted with fairly convincing evidence concerning the efficacy of HPWS? This paper intends to... Topics: Strategic Human Resource Management, Diffusion, High Performance Work Systems
This paper discusses Chinua Achebe’s attempt to confront the historical and spiritual roots of Africa's crisis. The author, one of Africa's greatest intellectual giants was consistent in courageously criticizing the misrule on the continent for decades, stances which put his life at risk and forced him to flee his native country. His great disappointment manifests itself in his last and latest book “There was a Country-A personal History of Biafra”.... Topics: Chronicle, Pre-Independence, Post-Independence, Colonialism, Exploitation, Protest, Resolve,...
This is an “empirical aesthetics” study with the scope of the interior man-made environment. The purpose of this study is to explore the aesthetic factors of interior environment that contribute to the perception of a beautiful experience. The correlation analysis was applied. 40 pictures of interiors were selected from the “Interior” magazine as the measurement. A sampling investigation was conducted at three universities in Taiwan to 326 students from the departments of interior or... Topics: Empirical Aesthetics, Aesthetic Factor, Aesthetic Response
Proverbs are the specified speech genres, which play an important role in the cultural system of the given community. People exhibit their linguistic proficiency and the eco-cultural knowledge by using appropriate proverbs whenever the need be. Present paper tries to investigate the cultural embedded-ness of the proverbs from Manipur, a small state in North-East India. Various aspects of the Manipuri culture have been represented through the handful of proverbs. Paper also tires to understand... Topics: Proverbs, Anthropological Linguistic, Manipur (i), Encoding
The purpose of the paper is to understand and compare the experiences of anxiety, depression and stress among the teachers working in residential and non-residential schools. The sample comprised of 60 teachers, out of them 30 teachers (15 male and 15 female) were from residential schools and 30 teachers (15 male and 15 female) were from non-residential schools selected randomly from four schools (two residential and two non-residential schools) of district Sonipat, Haryana. Anxiety,... Topics: Normal Emotion, Psychological, Absenteeism, Secondary School Teachers
Developing reflective practitioners is an important goal of teacher education programmes world over and that reflective practice is worth persisting with, in the field of teacher education, is un-debated. But, the extent to which we, teacher educators, are reflective, remains a taken for granted aspect. With a presentation of a conceptual framework of reflection and reflective practice of teachers, referring to primarily to the theories of reflection by Dewey and Schon, the author... Topics: Reflection-in-Action, Reflection-on-Action, Peer Observation, Co-Analysis of Practice,...
The Islamic Revolution of 1979 has occupied a prominent place in the history of Iran. Needless to say, it not only left an indelible mark on the culture but also on the societal structure of Iran. The Revolution, in general, is viewed as a mass movement, which gained enormity due to conscious efforts of the working class and the clergy in opposition of the monarchial state under Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi. Backed by the US government, the regime of Shah was extremely influenced by its western... Topics: Iran, Popular Culture, Graphic Novels, Persepolis
Rabindranath Tagore was a universal personality. His genius was versatile. He was influenced by the Christian conception of the fatherhood of God and by Shakespeare, Goethe, Wordsworth etc. But the roots of his intellectual creativism and emotional make-up lie in the Upanishads, in the poetry of kalidas, in the lyrics of Vaisnavas, in the mystic poems of Kabir and the religious atmosphere of the Brahmo Samaj. Tagore’s inspired poetry and prose becomes the literary vehicle of the regeneration... Topics: Creativism, Educational Philosophy, Humanism, Swadeshi
In a patriarchal male-dominated society it is usually the man who exercises all power and it is under his guidance and directions that a woman is expected to act and follow. But today’s modern women as described by Shobha De in her novels, are well aware of the fact that it’s a man’s world and he is more powerful because he is mater since a long time. But they also knew that this powerful creature (man) has also a weakness and that is woman. Therefore, for their survival and making... Topics: Economic Dependence, Exquisiteness, Patriarchy
The caste system has influenced all the areas like education, economy, politics, marriage, and religion. Since endogamy is the only characteristic that is peculiar to caste. People are not ready to compromise with endogamy. There is a significant influence of caste from birth to death in the life. People are more influenced by Manusmriti than Indian constitution. Even today also Dalits are last to be employed in days of prosperity and the first to be fired in days of adversity. The caste... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Caste, Dalits and the Democratic Revolution
Pentecostalism is no longer a Pentecostals’ affairs only, but the mainstream Christians experience as well. Pentecostal life is now evident in the lives of Christians of all persuasions within the Nigerian religious firmament. The Pentecostalization of the mainline churches in Nigeria is made possible through Pentecostals’ contagious influence on the mainliners through their flexible theology and spirituality. This paper is crafted using phenomenological and analytical approaches. The... Topics: Pentecostalism, Pentecostals, Christians, Church, Nigeria
Pentecostalism is no longer a Pentecostals’ affairs only, but the mainstream Christians experience as well. Pentecostal life is now evident in the lives of Christians of all persuasions within the Nigerian religious firmament. The Pentecostalization of the mainline churches in Nigeria is made possible through Pentecostals’ contagious influence on the mainliners through their flexible theology and spirituality. This paper is crafted using phenomenological and... Topics: Pentecostalism, Pentecostals, Christians, Church, Nigeria
This study investigated the levels and profiles of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in soil from an urban/industrial area in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Analysis was performed using a high resolution gas chromatograph coupled to a high resolution mass spectrometer (GC–MS). The results indicated that the contents of total PAHs (16 US EPA priority PAHs) ranged from 104 ng/g to 35890 ng/g and the pollution level is classified as a moderate level with some... Topics: PAHs, PCBs, Soil, Urban, Tanzania
Today we live in a bigger, faster, more knowledgeable world, where people have to collaborate with others in order to reach their best potential. Teachers are no exception. Today’s teacher has to collaborate with others in order to provide the best education to his or her students. The best ways to do this is with access to web-based Learning Communities or Professional Learning community. Professional Learning Community (PLC) means a community of stakeholders that are all working together... Topics: Online Teaching, Online Courses
Against the background of Poe’s several allegations of plagiarism against a host of his contemporaries, notably Hawthorne, and the resulting counter allegations broadly hinting at Poe’s own acts of plagiary, presumably to Poe’s great delight, this paper posits that Poe’s accusations were not an attempt to distract his readers from his own plagiary but rather a deliberate attempt to focus attention on it. An in-depth analysis of Ligeia reveals how Poe, the quintessential parodist, uses... Topics: Plagiary, Parody, Ligeia, Cryptograms
An attempt is made in this paper to look at the portrayal of White women characters in Harriet A. Jacobs’ Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, Written by Herself (1861), Harriet E. Wilson’s Our Nig (1859) and Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin(1852). This study takes for analysis three White women characters each from the two Black women’s works namely, Mrs. Flint, Mrs. Bruce and Mrs. Emily Flint from Incidents; Mrs. Bellmont, Aunt Abby, and Mary from Our Nig; and four... Topics: Slavery, Marginalization
Educational planning is important as it can tackle those areas where immediate reform is needed. It can provide future educational infrastructure to those who are not yet in the coverage area of education. One such area before the educational planning is the child labourer education. Child labour is a threat for the nation and for the state. They are out of the scenario of universalization of primary education and fall under heavy dropout rates. There are national policies for child labour... Topics: Child Labour, Educational Planning, Universalization
Gujarat’s tourism industry is one of the most diverse products on the global scene. To develop and promote tourism as an ‘Engine of economic growth’ and to bring Gujarat on the national and international tourist map, tourism shall be considered as an important economic activity for overall sustainable economic growth & ensuring employment generation. As the State is growing rapidly in tourism sector, there is good chance for the development of employment generation opportunity.... Topics: Tourism, Development, Employment, Eco-Tourism
The world is currently exploring the concept of sustainable development. This can be attained by making a paradigm shift in the process of planning and implementing of various development projects. Accommodative and inclusive growth is to be attained for development to be socially sustainable. The planning authority for the city of Thane in Maharashtra state, India, is the Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC) being established in 1982. Paper attempts to outline... Topics: Analysis of Satisfaction, Thane Municipal Corporation (TMC)
The purpose of this study is to understand the correlation between orphanages’ interior design and the psychosocial adaptation of children (orphans) and the extent of orphanages’ ability to meet their needs. This study uses descriptive analysis and examines the orphanage and its orphans and their activities. This study examined 20 employees, called “surrogate mother” interviewing them and asking their opinion regarding interior design and how the lighting, colors, or walls or... Topics: Psychosocial Dimension of Interior Design, Psychosocial Adaptation, Orphanages, Al Rabwa Orphanages...